FENG SHUI

How to Use Feng Shui to Bring

Peace & Serenity into Your Home & Life  

  

 

Ancient Buddha

          

 

 In my search for peace,I’ve made our home into a place of peace and serenity and most people feel it when they walk in. It begins in our entry way where I’ve planted a jasmine vine that is now coming into full bloom. The fragrance is magnificent. I’ve use my knowledge of Feng Shui in our home to make the entry inviting and beautiful. I placed an angel fountain to the left of the front door and a small angel holding a water basin with a red camellia or red hibiscus floating in it. The front doors are painted a soft and beautiful shade of red with a Bagua mirror over it to bring friends and prosperity into our lives. The entry should always be warm and inviting. There is a small welcome wind-chime at the step that leads to the door.                

 Almost everyone who enters our home mentions the good feeling they have when they walk in the door. I’ve chosen the soft, warm and soothing colors of sand and wood tones colors that feel good to me. A Quan Yin artifact sits on an antique cupboard and a large beautiful wooden carved Tara (Quan Yin) is on the bookcase across the room. Bill’s unique watercolor of trees sets off the Quan Yin perfectly. The windows from the living room and dining room open to the riot of color and greenery that is my Secret Garden. Bill and I and friends meditate in our living room and I also teach spiritual classes and Sacred Circles there. The peace that brings is palpable in the room.                

I’ve also used Feng Shui in our Family room, eating area and kitchen and it flows in a peaceful and joyous way. I can sit anywhere in my home and feel the comfort and Peace of the Divine Presence surrounding me. This area has large windows that display our Peace Garden and the “mother tree” in the back. I call it a Peace Garden because that is what I feel when I look at or walk outside.                

I’m not saying nothing is out-of-place, but I do my utmost to sustain the feeling of peace, tranquility and joy in my home. All of this doesn’t just happen. It takes study, thought, prayer, and meditation and to me it is so worth it. I am grateful for the many blessings I have received.                

 I invite you to comment below on how you’ve made your home a place of peace and blessings.                

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Candace
    Jun 24, 2010 @ 07:00:09

    Gail,

    Your home is a sanctuary of peace and beauty and it so reflects who you are. I love the pictures you place in your blog allowing folks to really experience what you write about. The blog is lovely and I love the sunset picture on today’s page.

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  2. Candace
    Jun 24, 2010 @ 07:02:08

    Gail,

    Your home is a sanctuary of peace and beauty and it so reflects who you are. It shows your thoughtfulness and attention to detail. We have worked with a Feng Shui consultant in the past and she helped us transform our home in quite marvelous ways. I love the pictures you place in your blog allowing folks to really experience what you write about. The blog is lovely and I love the sunset picture on today’s page.

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